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Travel Advisory Updates

Last updated 12:03 p.m., September 30, 2022.

For udates on Hurricane Ian , click here.

Tropical Storms/Hurricanes

Tropical Storms and Hurricanes are a concern during certain times of year in Elizabeth City and Pasquotank area. If you're traveling in or around Elizabeth City when tropical storms or hurricanes are expected, please be mindful of potential storm-related conditions and follow Pasquotank-Camden Emergency Management on Facebook for the lastest updates.


Travel restrictions within the Pasquotank County area, and Elizabeth City no longer exist.

The state of North Carolina's position on travel can be read here.

For COVID-19 vaccine information, visit NC Division of Health & Human Services's COVID-19 Vaccine page.

Current Status: 

As remnants Hurricane Ian move through Pasquotank County, and surrounding areas, please be advised that a Wind Advisory is in place from September 30, 2022 until October 1, 2022. Expect East winds 20 to 30 mph with gusts up to 55 mph.  Visitors, evacuees and residents should keep a close eye on the forecast, remain alert to the dangers of changing weather and exercise extreme caution when there is water on the roadway. Don’t drive through standing water, and never drive around barricades.

Check Drive NC for road conditions before venturing out. NCDOT also offers safety tips for driving in wet weather. ReadyNC has detailed, real-time information regarding local weather, road conditions, power outages and evacuations. 

The safety of our visitors is our top priority, and NC’s departments of public safety and transportation are closely monitoring conditions to ensure safe travel. 

As the state of the industry and travel in the Elizabeth City area change, we will update this page. Please check back regularly for updates.

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